No Bake Chocolate Coconut Cookies Ingredients 3 C. quick cooking oats 1 C. sweetened flaked coconut 2 C. white sugar 1/2 C unsweetened cocoa powder 1/2 C. milk 1/2 C. Unsalted butter Directions 1. Line a baking sheet with wax or parchment paper. Mix oats and coconut in a large bowl until thoroughly combined. 2. […]
Plus 2 Podcasts and a 2nd article: Do We Cry with Them? ~ Tony Perkins ~ “It was a kind of test. I know in the Bible it says everything is good for us believers, but I asked, in this what is good? That I am [beaten, tortured]?… They asked for my […]
Let me repeat that: Chocolate Brownie Ice Cream. Let’s break it down: rich, chocolatey ice cream, an ENTIRE PAN OF FUDGEY BROWNIES, homemade caramel and walnuts for good measure. Need I say any more? I mean, SEO says I need to say more. But, we both know I don’t. This is my favorite ice cream. […]
If you haven’t had French Macarons, you need to know they are amazing and you should plan to make them ASAP. This recipe is to create “macaron nature” which means “plain macaron” aka without added flavor. This is a great to pair with a variety of flavored fillings. You could also add liquid flavoring that […]
We often postpone the purchase of household products for long periods of time waiting for large discounts to make a difference. That's what you can find these two days during the Amazon Prime Day 2019 in THE COUNTRY Showcase in articles related to the care of the house. Among the thousands of offers and discounts […]
There’s never been a better time to be gluten-free and or vegan, and it’s never been easier. I became gluten-free/vegan fourteen years ago. At that time there weren’t as many gluten-free mixes and products on the market, and there certainly wasn’t a gluten-free aisle at my local grocery store. All that has changed now. There […]
I’ve been googling STREAM activities to do with Kulit that aren’t too complicated and can be done with household items. And since we’ve been talking about water lately, I decided to start with this melting ice activity. I took two reusable, freezer-safe containers of the same size, filled them up halfway and all the way […]
Today, on Redhead Mom, we are sharing about our Strawberry Wafer Banana Split as part of a partnered post with Voortman Bakery. Did you know that July 21st is National Ice Cream Day? I’ve loved being an ambassador with Voortman Bakery and sharing about the different flavors of their delicious wafers and cookies! This time, […]
Back to home-made soda bread making with my little sis. She’s hilarious! She buss a sweat too and did very well! Check out our step-by-step methods…with her hot pink nail polish! Black girl magic! Amerindian fire! Countdown to her 11th birthday! She said buying a cake for her would make it easier for me, BUT….uh..yeah..so […]
To live alone could be the best or the worst thing that could happen to you in this world. On one hand, people crave to live alone but few just can’t wait to be with the company. It’s your personal perspective that dictates these choices. what matters most is that we are happy.
1. Our baby choosing to come along for a run in the rain 2. Catching up with another mom while our kids had a playdate 3. My nephew excitedly screaming at his birthday cake, “My birthday is coming! My birthday is coming!”
The team placed four biscuits on a baking sheet on the dashboard of a car and left it to sit under the sun.
My favorite summer dish and a run down of my fourth.
Ingredients: 1kg mixed dried fruit 1/2 cup mixed peel 1 cup chopped dried apricots 1 cup chopped dried figs 100g glace cherries 3/4 brandy or rum 250g butter, at room temperature, chopped 1 cup brown sugar 5 eggs 1 cup plain flour 1 cup self-raising flour 1 tsp bicarbonate of soda 1 tsp mixed spice […]
Authored by-Noel Carlton Doctors know more than you do about a deadly disease like cancer. That goes without saying. But no one but you knows what you’re willing to do in order to save your life. That’s why it’s important to examine all options when you have cancer. Read these tips below and find out […]